Publications Book Egypt after Mubarak: Liberalism, Islam, and Democracy in the Arab World
, Princeton University Press, (2008). Re-issued with a new 50-page introduction in 2013. Article in peer-reviewed journal:
“What Do Egypt’s Islamists Want? Moderate Islam and the Rise of Islamic Constitutionalism.”The Middle East Journal.
60:4 (Autumn 2006), 707-731. Chapters in Edited Volumes:
“What Do Egypt’s Islamists Want? Moderate Islam and the Rise of Islamic Constitutionalism in Mubarak’s Egypt,” in Mehrzad Boroujerdi (ed.) Mirror for the Muslim Prince: Islam and the Theory of Statecraft.
Syracuse University Press, 2013.
“Surviving under Rule by Law: Explaining Ideological Change in Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood,” in Said Arjomand and Nathan Brown (eds.) Constitutionalism, the Rule of Law, and the Politics of Administration in Egypt and Iran
. Albany: SUNY Press, 2013.
“Egypt: The Origins and Consequences of the January 25 Uprising,” in Mark Haas and David Lesch (eds.), The Arab Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East.
Boulder: Westview Press, 2012, 35-63.
"Can an Islamic Group Aid Democratization?" in John W. Chapman and Ian Shapiro (eds.) Democratic Community
. New York University Press, 1993. Articles in non-peer reviewed journals
“Egypt: Navigating an Uncertain Transition,” Great Decisions, 2013.
This is a 7,000 word essay commissioned by the Foreign Policy Association (FPA) for its annual volume on global affairs, Great Decisions.
This volume is distributed to the 40,000 members of the FPA and serves as the basis for group discussions in its numerous chapters throughout the country.
“Egypt: Key Ally in the Middle East,” Great Decisions, 2009.